Its quite entertaining reading the platform of the Alaskan Independence Party (Palin's party before switching). Apparently, there is no role for fiscal policy adjustments for macroeconomic stabilization according to plank 17:
To oppose the borrowing of money by government for any purposes other than for capital improvements.Couldn't find anything about inflation targeting or their preferred monetary policy after secession. Their issues page really needs to be proofread (apologies if Alaskans spell English differently, e.g. curriculum is spelled "ciriculum"). I enjoyed this bit about privatization:
Privatization of Gov't ServicesNice reasoning there guys...I suppose Blackwater must be huge fans.
The AIP supports the privatization of government services.
When the governmnet (sic) does something the cost is always higher than if the private sector provides the services.
In order to keep costs down the AIP believes we should privatize as much government services as possible.
Oy and McCain would put her just a heartbeat away!
(btw, Palin evidently doesn't want to protect their logo)